16/10/2017
We'll always have Paris.

Words by

Leah White

Paris Though a Fashion Eye delivers exactly what it promises: a guided tour of Paris from a fashion insider’s perspective.

Compiled by author and acclaimed illustrator Megan Hess, the book takes readers on a personal journey of the most stylish places to eat, see, stay and shop in the City of Lights. And of course, it’s all accompanied by Megan’s signature illustrations.

Working regularly with French design houses such as Cartier, Dior, Louis Vuitton and Chanel, Megan travels to Paris at least a few times a year. So it’s safe to say she knows Paris inside out.

If it’s fashion, people-watching and art that’s on your itinerary, save yourself the pain of trawling the internet for inspo and pick up this lil’ gem.

I wish I had this book as my bible the last time I visited Paris.

This article was originally published in Fashion Journal 173. You can read it here.

 

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